Crag Law Center T-shirts On Sale Now


The Crag Law Center has received donated artwork from two Northwest artists to produce special t-shirts for our supporters.

We have styles for women and for men from American Apparel.  “Big Mama Rockfish” created by coastal artist Diane O’Leary is available in two different colors (Blue or Brown) and “Keeping the Northside Wild & Free” was created by Shannon Wheeler of Too Much Coffee Man! fame is available in Tan.  (See more photos below)

Big Mama Rockfish shirts are $20 and Keeping the Northside Wild & Free tshirts are $10.   Please add $5 shipping and handling if you’d like us to mail you a shirt.  Or you can stop by our office and pick them up.

Please call us at 503.525.2724 to order yours today!

Trout on the Wind: the Hemlock Dam Removal Story.

This locally produced film premiered in Portland in May 2010 and recently won an honorable mention in its first film competition.

The film takes you on a journey to Trout Creek, a tributary of the Wind River in Washington State, to see how the aging 26-foot high Hemlock Dam was removed from the river and over 14 miles of wild Columbia River Steelhead habitat was restored.

Produced and Directed by: Sam Drevo and Ralph Bloemers.

The DVD features a 23 Min film, 10 minute short, and a Before & After slideshow.

The DVD costs $10 or you can get one free with a $50 donation to the Crag Law Center.  Call the Crag Law Center to place your order for the movie at 503.525.2724.